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Spatial planning

SYMPOSIUM “SPATIAL PLANNING IN THE DANUBE REGION.
A COMPARISON OF SERBIA AND AUSTRIA”

The University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) in Vienna in cooperation with the Republic Agency for Spatial Planning in Belgrade and the Vienna University of Technology, was organising a symposium with Prof. Dr. Borislav Stojkov – Director of the Agency for Spatial Planning in Serbia. Time and venue: Vienna, December 2nd 2010, Universität für Bodenkultur – BOKU, Festsaal This was an invitation to a follow-up symposium of the “Balkan” conference, which took place at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in 2004. The strategic concept of this conference was to promote a higher degree of territorial integration across European regions, with the target to achieve a sustainable, harmonious and balanced development. We were continuing on this idea with a symposium to ask the question: “what we can learn from each other in terms of Spatial Planning.”


Josef Glössl – Welcome



Borislav Stojkov – PRESENTATION OF THE SERBIAN SPATIAL PLAN


Christof Schremmer – AUSTRIAN SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY IN A EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE


Erhard Busek – CHALLENGES OF EUROPEAN COHESION POLICY IN THE DANUBE REGION


Kurt Puchinger – THE DANUBE STRATEGY: MAKING AND PERSPECTIVE


Rudolf Giffinger – CHALLENGES OF POLYCENTRIC DEVELOPMENT IN THE DANUBE REGION